Skilled professionals or NHS ‘heroes’: has public perception of nursing really changed?
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Skilled professionals or NHS ‘heroes’: has public perception of nursing really changed?

Erin Dean Health journalist

An enhanced profile is one thing, but better pay and support requires a fundamental shift in how nursing is viewed

As the NHS and social care sector face a resurgence of COVID-19, how has the pandemic altered the public’s opinion of nurses?

Nursing Standard. 35, 10, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.10.14.s10

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